The Layover by C.V. Madison

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The Layover by C.V. Madison

Locke walked out of his pants and worked the buttons free of his shirt. It slid from his shoulders in the doorway to his bedroom. “I got neighbors, yeah, bu– damn.” He came to a dead stop and devoured the sight of the near naked man before him.

While he wouldn’t say Wilder was ripped, he was defined. The lines of his abs curled all the way to the rise of his hips. As a horseman, he had broad, well muscled thighs and through the shed of clothing across the small main room, the man was still wearing his hat.

Locke grinned wickedly, tugging his tie from his neck. He dropped it to the floor and backed into the small bedroom. “Leave the hat on.”

With a tip of his Stetson Wilder crossed the abbreviated foyer. His bravado showed in his stride, a cocky strut of pending glory awaiting him just feet ahead. He lingered just past the doorway, giving a low whistle before he struck out for the bed again. He fingered a small length of rope he palmed from his jeans pocket.

About the Author

Fully equipped with an overactive imagination, C.V. Madison is a horror, urban fantasy, romance and erotica writer from Columbus, Ohio. She has been published in fiction anthologies through Dark Moon Press and non-fiction through Llewellyn and Immanion. She is a licensed massage therapist, is addicted to Twitter and serves as one of two municipal liaisons for National Novel Writers Month in November. She can be found at http://cvmadison.com

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About Carrie Fulk Vaughn

Carrie Fulk Vaughn (C.V. Madison) is a licensed massage therapist, author of LGBTQIA, Urban fantasy, horror & romance. Gamer geek full of Mountain Dew and schadenfreude pie. Twitter addict. Ball jointed doll collector.

Posted on December 1, 2013, in Promotion. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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